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Georgia, Oklahoma Announce Huge Non-Conference Series

Baker Mayfield avoiding a tackle.

PASADENA, CA - JANUARY 01: Quarterback Baker Mayfield #6 of the Oklahoma Sooners looks to avoid a sack by linebacker Roquan Smith #3 of the Georgia Bulldogs in the second half in the 2018 College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Rose Bowl on January 1, 2018 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Georgia and Oklahoma are two of the top programs in the country and have reached new heights in the last two years. After treating us to a scintillating showdown in the College Football Playoff in 2018, we could be getting a chance to see them play against each other in the near future.

On Monday, a deal between Georgia and Oklahoma for a home-and-home series was announced. Per Oklahoma's Twitter account, the series will take place in 2023 and 2031.

The first matchup will take place in Norman, Oklahoma in 2023. The rematch will be held in Athens, Georgia in 2031.

The two sides have never faced each other in the regular season.

Georgia and Oklahoma faced off for the first time ever in the Rose Bowl Game as part of the College Football Playoff in January 2018. Georgia won the high-octane thriller, 54-48.

The following season, both teams made it to their respective conference championship games. Georgia ultimately lost to Alabama in the SEC Championship and narrowly missed out on making the College Football Playoff.

Oklahoma, on the other hand, beat Texas to win the Big 12 Championship Game. The Sooners were awarded the No. 4 seed in the College Football Playoff but also fell to Alabama in the Orange Bowl.